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Focusing problems,can't get my Fugi A 350 to have a steady green light when focusing to take a pic', so comes out of focus

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I used an air line to blast any grit or dust that was stopping the lens from openening properly. First i blasted the camera allover when it was shut down then I zoomed it open and gave the camera a good blast allover, and Bob's your uncle the front of the caerea lens opened properly the focus worked fine and I can now take photo's again as normal! Peter Wilmot.

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